This book is not written by a self-help guru or a doctor, but rather it is written by an average Erik with real anger problems. Fishner addresses how he dealt with those problems in a practical manner. After working a 15-hour shift as a short-order cook Erik Fishner came home and assaulted his grandfather. Fishner was then sentenced to a year’s probation and anger management classes where he discovered that much of what was being taught was not actually effective in dealing with the deep seeded problems of underlying rage. Erik Fishner explains how he came to manage his anger stemming from a childhood tragedy. Breaking anger management into a short-term/long-term approach this book gives techniques to deal with rage and anger beyond “Breathe deep and count to ten.” Covering a variety of topics, including the parallels between rage and addiction, how to rewire the anger out of your brain, and how to make the changes stick. Additionally, the book contains information about how anger can kill you –and not just by picking a fight with the wrong person, but by the extreme medical side effects of long term unchecked aggression. If you are a person who is a slave to your emotions and you are looking to find freedom, this book will be both map and compass to guide you there.
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